Vivienne Bartley

Vivienne Bartley is the owner and director of Bodybalance Physiotherapy and has been a Chartered Physiotherapist for 20 years. She is passionate about health and wellbeing in general and has a special interest in Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy having completed extensive further studies in the area. As well as Physiotherapy, she is a qualified Health Coach, NST Practitioner, Hypopressives Teacher and Pilates and Yoga Teacher.

She also treats all musculoskeletal conditions, particularly being interested in getting to the root of acute and chronic conditions. Having first qualified as a fitness instructor (National Certificate in Exercise and Fitness) she completed a Diploma in Physiology and Health Science from Carlow Institute of Technology, graduating with a distinction, giving her a background in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. She then went on to complete her degree in Physiotherapy at Bradford University England. She is also a member of the Irish Society of Orthopaedic Medicine (ISOM).

Being a qualified Pilates and Yoga teacher, she likes to combine elements of Pilates and Yoga in all classes. Vivienne is also an accomplished sportswoman having represented Ireland internationally in soccer. She enjoys Crossfit and Weight lifting in her spare time.

As the Lead Physiotherapist she is passionate about all members of staff being supported to provide the best possible service and the team regularly attend further education courses as well as train with Vivienne Specifically.

Lindsay Carlon

Lindsay graduated from the University of Salford with BSc (Hons) in Sport Rehabilitation and is a member of BASRAT (British association of sports rehabilitators and trainers). Lindsay specialises in Musculoskeletal injuries and injury rehabilitation and aims to help clients move and perform optimally. Lindsay has a great interest in exercise and loves to incorporate exercise into her treatment. As a rehab therapist Lindsay strives to make patients feel fitter and stronger while helping to return to their sport or evening making them feel comfortable in a gym setting.

As part of her university experience Lindsay was lucky enough to work closely with professional and semi professional sports teams and learned a vast amount from her time with the teams. As well as working with teams Lindsay worked in the university of Salford sports injury clinic providing a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription. Prior to going to Manchester, Lindsay also studied sports therapy at Cavan institute for two years.

Lindsay is also an accomplished Irish dancer, holding provincial, all Ireland and world medals. Lindsay danced for 15 years and is now finishing grades to become an Irish dancing teacher. Due to her background in competitive dancing she understands the stress, strain and injuries that can affect the body during physical activities.

To date Lindsay has completed her pilates teacher training and teaches classes here at Bodybalance. In class Lindsay likes to focus on the fundamentals of pilates so that all participants will be able to optimize their class experience.

Lindsay has worked closely with Vivienne during her time here at bodybalance. She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal conditions and their link with pelvic health issues. To start her pelvic health journey Lindsay will be expanding her scope of knowledge to become a MUMMY MOT practitioner.

Conor Mahon

Conor graduated from the London Metropolitan University with a first-class honour in Sports Therapy (BSC) and is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists. He specialises in the management of musculoskeletal injuries with a wealth of knowledge in terms of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and strength & conditioning.

He has a wealth of experience working in Private Practice, having worked with a broad spectrum of individuals with a variety of different injuries and concerns.

He has also worked with a number of sports teams across a broad range of disciplines including Soccer, Rugby, Australian Rules, and GAA both here in Ireland and during his time in Germany.

Benjamin Taylor

Benji is graduating in May from DCU with a projected First Class Honours BSc in Athletic Therapy and Training.

He offers a high level of movement and exercise rehab as well as soft tissue and mobilisation therapies.

Benji works with all forms of musculoskeletal injury at all ages. He has a great interest and specialises in sports injuries and has a vast level of experience in the elite level of professional football in the Premier League. He has previously worked in Southampton Football Club primarily with the u21 squad, but also has First Team experience. Benji has also worked on many post-operative reconstruction injuries.

Benji has done clinical placement within GAA, soccer and rugby, as well as with older populations in Exwell Medical classes.

Valerie Devine

Valerie joined the Bodybalance team in 2016 and plays an important role as our Office Manager. Valerie has a long history of working in the service industry with the general public & holds qualifications in IT, Administration, and Human Resources.

Valerie prides herself on providing excellent customer service through professionalism, patience, a “people-first” attitude, client care, and confidentiality.

Valerie is responsible for all office procedures, she ensures the smooth operation of the Clinics with her robust knowledge of office management and efficient handling of client inquiries & consultations while overseeing all administrative duties.